“I love the Pyroraptors. I love the Atrociraptors. There’s a little one called the Moros intrepidus, who doesn’t do a ton in the movie, but whenever it shows up, I always love it.”

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Austroraptor is a Unenlagiine species that roamed the Earth during the Late Cretaceous period. The first Austroraptor fossils were dug up in  Argentina.

It’s name translates to ‘Southern Theif’.
Uniquely among dromaeosaurid species; the Austroraptor exhibits physical traits associated with a wading piscivorous lifestyle; althrough the animal probably was a generalist that preferred the ate both aquatic and terrestrial prey; considering that there’s no exclusively Pisvicorus Dromaesaurid species.

Several of Austroraptor’s skull bones bear some resemblance to those of the smaller troodontids.

The front limbs of Austroraptor were short for a Dromaeosaur, with its humerus less than half the length of its femur. The relative length of its arms has caused Austroraptor to be compared to another, more famous short-armed dinosaur, Tyrannosaurus, though there is no close relationship between the two taxa.

How to unlock Austroraptor in Jurassic World Dino Trackers Collection?

Open up your Jurassic World Play App (previously known as the Jurassic World Facts App), press the Scan button and point it towards the DNA code here:

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Name Meaning





Southern thief

Carnivorous 🥩

2.5 meters (8 feet)

5 m (16 ft)

300 kg (660 lb)

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